Memorial Sloan Kettering

October 2020 Newsletter

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of a clinical trial. Participating in the trial would have been an impossibility if she didn't have a working kidney. Sue experienced almost no side effects from the immunotherapy; she never stopped working during her treatment. Instead of lying in a dialysis bed every week, Sue was dancing at her daughter's wedding and witnessing the birth of her first grandchild. Today, Sue's cancer is no longer detectable. She exercises daily, works with a nutritionist at MSK, and feels the way she did before her illness became her biggest challenge ever. Thanks to her MSK physicians and her own resilience, Sue defeated cancer. Your generosity can help MSK experts develop new therapies to outsmart cancer and save more lives. Contact our Planned Giving office to learn how a gift in your estate plans can benefit future generations, or return the enclosed reply card to request our complimentary Legacy Planning booklet. PAGE 2 Sue's Story Continued from Page 1 All of the doctors here are on the cutting edge of their fields. There are things we know that aren't even in the literature yet. Coming here, you know what the latest therapies are. Jonathan Coleman, MD, MSK Surgeon Sue Bruno is able to enjoy her active lifestyle again thanks to the lifesaving care she received at MSK

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